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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... opportunities, so we enjoy our standard beach visit format: sunbathe-read-swim-snorkel-and again. Next stop is Split, where we park outskirts and walk through the market to the harbour and the walled city. We wander inside the walls to explore the old town – it is like a labyrinth so when we see squares for a second time we can’t help but be surprised. We have some admin to do, so visit the tourist office before finding a quiet spot to make a phone call. ...
... and with jeans on to cover my ankles) but it was worth it to look around and look out at the views, it was kind of mystical! It was €3 to get into the monastery itself and even though my ankles were covered they made me put a skirt overtop because I'm a girl! There were little museums, gardens, the church, a wine cellar and kitchen to look around inside. While we were wandering around Simon and I found a while room filled with skulls and bones which was super creepy. ...
... have change even if you're buying something for 8.50 and give them a 10, so I had to go into the bank to get some smaller notes. Well that was an experience... to enter the bank you have to get through 2 security doors, push the button, wait for the light to go green, enter the booth and repeat process to get gain entry, then take a number and wait patiently for it to be called. Thankfully Gwendols had gone through the same thing back in Dimitsana at the bank so could help me ...
... t force herself out of the room all night. We chose to stay at the Hotel Kastraki which is a beautiful looking place with, the gradually defrosting, Froso, our lovely very Greek lady host. Two rooms for EU 70.. what a bargain... internet in the rooms this time, yay we all breathed a sigh of relief and I even got my own room for these two nights with a balcony and all! As I said Gwendols was confined to quarters so after the obligatory ...
Today we were going on a walk for 4-5 hours to visit some monasteries (Yipee). I put on my big walking boots for a big walk. As we were walking through town at the start I saw a few monasteries on the massive rocks with jagged edges. On the map we were going to walk up a track visit a monastery then up a narrow ascent to visit another monastery then visit another monastery and then visit ...